All you can be and have not yet become… all you can do and have not achieved… and all you can accomplish and have yet to accomplish. That is potential.
In other words, your past successes are not potential. In fact, satisfaction with what you’ve accomplished can actually hinder future potential. You can take pride in where and what you are now, but that shouldn’t be the final chapter. Success is simply a step in the process.
And entrepreneurs seem to thrive on untapped potential… imagination, ideas, the unseen ready to be made into the seen, and the impossible turned into possibility. I love the energy of being in mastermind and community with people like that.
So, my “Thursday Thanks” goes to someone who has encouraged, challenged, and empowered me to reach beyond what I’d achieved, to continue to develop my full potential. Someone who, himself, has a zest and passion for life, business, and potential that grows daily. It was through Mike Klingler and his online training platform that I learned many of the online skills I put into practice for launching my business. Mike and Barb Silva’s coaches training, Coaching Cognition, allowed me to tap into my entrepreneurial passion and become a coach. Mike’s Marketing Funnel Mastery classes helped me launch my Main Course Mastermind successfully.
Thanks, Mike Klingler!
So thanks, Mike Klingler, for the chats over coffee in PDX, the entertaining and thought provoking late night/early morning Facebook threads, the combination of intense and lighthearted discussions, the productive workshops, and the tribe that has developed out of all you have created. For me, you’ve been the catalyst for some incredible friendships, collaborative partnerships, and a thriving personal mastermind alliance that is still going strong after over a year of meeting weekly. They were all birthed out of events you hosted.
Are you sometimes controversial? Absolutely! Do you thrive on intense passion for life? Definitely! Do you care about people? Genuinely! Do you look for ways to maximize potential both for yourself and for others? Yes, which is why I’m posting this today…
Some of you know Mike Klingler and that’s a large reason why you’re connected to me, but for those of you who haven’t met him yet, I encourage you to “like” his fan page and enter in to a lively world of discussion and engagement that will be sure to help you better understand and unleash your personal potential.
If you’ve been impacted by Mike in some way, feel free to share!
See you there!